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Between coordinating car rides or figuring out how rentals work (who's going to drive at the end of a long day, what will you do about chains when needed, etc.), sometimes driving can seem quite the hassle. That's why this protip details all the available public & private transit options available to you. Let someone else take care of the logistics, you just enjoy! Looking for more places to go without a car? Checkout our guide on going to Lake Tahoe
First, there are 2 types of options
We’ll cover both in this protip. Though honestly, for efficiency, we'd recommend the public charter bus option. Please note, not all itineraries are offered daily; there are differences based on high (May through October) and low season. We've included links to help you further your planning & make final reservations. This information is current for 2015/Spring 2016; always plan your trip in advance.
Step by step instructions
Remember, once you are in the park, there is a network of free shuttles that take you to the main destinations!
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